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Thai Edge Restaurant (Edgware)

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177 Station Road, Edgware, Middlesex, HA8 7JX. Tel: 020 8952 8789

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      01.01.2014 19:30

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      Poor service and very slow to bring your order, often forgetting to bring what you asked for.I find it quite annoying to have to ask numerous times for the same items i have ordered.There have been a number of times i have had items on the bill which i never received and i have had a few disgusted looks from staff when i have asked for these to be removed as i never received them along with the service charge to be removed.Most of the staff also have a poor grasp of basic englishI used to go to this restaurant regularly but i have taken my business elsewhere.

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      13.11.2010 20:41

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      The food is superb. Its very easy to get to as there is a train station very close by and its on the Edgware High Street. The decor is very authentic, i love there tiles on the wall. The staff are polite, helpful and keeps us company went it not too busy. Its all at a very reasonable price. You do have to wait a bit but its worth it.

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      27.10.2009 12:23
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      GO GO GO!

      I have been to this restaurant about 3 times and it is very good food.

      ~~~LOCATION~~~
      It is situated in Edgware, down the high street, which is very accessible via the London Underground or by bus.

      ~~~ATMOSPHERE~~~
      The restaurant I would class as a small one, where there are around 20 small tables, and slightly crowded, dim (but with very cool chilli shaped lights) yet atmospheric.

      We went two nights ago and the tables were so close we were literally sitting next to the people on the table next to us, we could hear what they were saying and it was slightly invasive, but nevertheless worth going to.

      The décor is very Thai, with decorative cultural art work on the walls. I have to say, the plates having leopard print was the utmost tackiest kitchenware I have seen. Whilst it does not directly affect the food, they seriously need to change it... for their sake. For our sake.

      ~~~MENU~~~
      They have a Thai Menu and a Japanese Menu which is great. On the Japanese Menu they have pictures for the sushi which is nice as it looks nice, and they have a large variety of sushi dishes, rice, noodles and other.

      Recommend:
      -Hoi Sin Duck sushi roll.
      -Pandan Chicken
      -Satay Chicken
      -Satay Prawn

      ~~~TASTE~~~
      Generally, the taste of the food is great. I love the sushi, although they aren't always amazing. Out of all the times I went, once the prawns were limp (felt not fresh, perhaps even frozen!). However, the other two times were VERY good.

      Some thai dishes ARE spicy so you might want to ask before ordering!

      ~~~PRICE~~~
      It is all you can eat for £13.80 on Mondays and Sundays, and around £20 on other days. BEWARE, they have a 10% service charge, and drinks cost about £1 per person, which amounts to quite a lot at the end. It is NOT the cheapest thing in the world, but it is worth the money, as we ate about £75 worth of food and paid £50.

      ~~~OVERALL~~~
      An enjoyable experience, with good food and all you can eat, so no restraints!! There are times where the food isn't at its prime quality but more often than not it IS. Whilst there may also be some layout problems and atmosphere isn't perfect, the food makes up for it.

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